Welcome to the “World Heritage” listed Shark Bay region of Western Australia. The information in this web site is designed to assist visitors to enjoy the regions unique natural attractions and be a guide to expanding knowledge of the area and what you can see and do.
The azure waters of Shark Bay offer more than sheer adventure, unbelievable fishing and natural beauty. This untouched holiday destination is famous for its “World Heritage” listing and unique ecological system of stromatolites (Hamelin Pool), sea grasses, marine life and rare endangered species including ten percent of the worlds dugong population. Its also renowned for its friendly visiting dolphins at Monkey Mia.
Geographically located on the most western point of Australia, Shark Bay comprises a world of pristine bays, lagoons, islands and the largest natural harbour between Perth and Broome. Inscribed on to the World Heritage List in 1991, Shark Bay is protected by two spectacular peninsulas including Dirk Hartog Island to the west and covers a vast area of 25,000 square kilometres.
Tourist Information is available from the Denham & Monkey Mia Visitor Centre 1300 135 887 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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